Permanent education of administrative staff and develop their capacity - a worthwhile investment in the functioning of higher education institutions

MSc. Aleksandar Todorovski, MSc. Elizabeta Atanasoska

Abstract


Each institution of higher education in order to achieve their goals and to address problems that arise as obstacles to its development has a regular need for trained, an accurate and educated administrative staff. On the other hand, an individual through their knowledge, skills and experience running a particular job, faced with new requirements and new things felt need for new expertise and new knowledge and skills. Rational behavior of a particular higher education institution means the alignment of these two types of needs, mutual benefit. Systematically develop staff in the institution is essentially a long-term strategy that maximizes the institution's human capital through investment of time, money and ideas to enrich the knowledge and skills of the employees. When the very institutions of higher education (University units) will create conditions for all or at least most of the administrative staff to be involved in all administrative and technical processes, when you enable permanent education administrative staff, then they feel that that work is part of them, then creates a sense of commitment to the work and responsibility of the same sense of pride and only then success will be guaranteed. Permanent education and lifelong learning in the area of capacity development (personal skills and professional competencies) is a key factor for increasing level knowledge and skills, but also to improve the quality of life of the individual.

Keywords


permanent education; capacity development; personal skills and professional competencies; administrative staff; higher education institutions;

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